Academic Scheduling for the Post-Pandemic Student Experience

Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Webinar at 2 p.m. ET

The turbulence of the last year and rapid changes to postsecondary operations have brought into sharp focus the importance of a student-centered approach to scheduling, while introducing new challenges due to the increase in online and hybrid delivery modes.

Adapting to this new reality has created a need for innovative approaches to scheduling. Changes such as allowing for extra time between classes for travel or cleaning impact student satisfaction and, ultimately, their success.

This webinar, featuring speakers from Rutgers University–New Brunswick and Infosilem | Berger-Levrault, will review key factors in academic scheduling that affect student access to courses, how to address the new challenges brought on by the pandemic, and implications for the post-pandemic scheduling process.

The webinar is free to AASCU members.

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Amy Brainard

Amy Brainard serves as associate director of the Office of Scheduling and Space Management at Rutgers University–New Brunswick. The office oversees space allocation and scheduling for the institution’s research, teaching, and service endeavors. Brainard and her team manage the master course list and work closely with the Office of Disability Services to ensure student accessibility.


Olivier Melis

Olivier Melis is Infosilem’s director of product management, guiding the development of Infosilem | Berger-Levrault products and project teams to service the higher education scheduling sector.


Who Should Attend:

  • Provosts
  • Vice Provosts
  • Vice Presidents of Academic Affairs
  • Vice Presidents of Student Success
  • Registrars
  • Facilities Directors
  • Schedulers
  • Assistant/Associate Registrars